Python is lucky enough to have a healthy ecosystem of virtual machines (VMs) exist. CPython, Jython, IronPython, and PyPy are all used extensively by people in real-world situations. This panel brings together a representative from each of the major VMs to discuss where they are now, going in the future, and to answer questions from the community.
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